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also alleged she's barred by law from enrolling in obama care. mo are on that in a moment. cnn is it reporting the administration is pressuring insurance executives to keep quiet, which would be an illegal abuse of power, if it turns out to be true. which part of this does not resemble some of what happened in 1973-'74, including a president whose operative explanation keeps changing. van -- >> nobody is losing their right to health care coverage. for the vast jon of people who have health care coverage that works, you can keep it. for the fewer than 5% of american that is buy insurance on your own, you will be getting a better deal. >> before -- let me just point out, this is the man who spent three years and thousands of references to no one will lose their health insurance. today for the first time, he began to modify that blanket commitment, but i suspect you don't totally agree. >> there's so much wrong on what you said, it will take the entire show to try to correct the record. i will say this. to even mention nixon in the middle of all this is to put the hype in hyperbol
. if you had a plan before the law passed in 2010 the president said you could keep it, and you can, unless your insurer makes major changes. that turnover has been going on for decades. listen to one of florida's top executives talking about it. >> we're not cutting people. we're transitioning people. what we've been doing is informing folks that their plan doesn't meet the test of the essential health benefits. therefore, they have a choice of many options that we make available through the exchange. and in fact, with subsidy, many people will be getting better plans at a lesser cost. >> he's right. this is like your car being recalled by the manufacturer because the brakes don't work. you're getting a better product. the white house may have oversold how little change there would be in the individual market, but there's no conspiracy sear. the individual market has been broken for a very long time. but today that changes. if you have a pre-existing condition like high blood pressure or asthma, you can no longer be denied or forced to pay more. half of americans in the individual market w
't been -- so i don't think they regret it at all. they didn't support the law in the first place. fine, you do it. with -- >> if you don't want to be competitive, don't be a governor. that's what we governors do. now they're saying they want to punt it. it is the law of the land, we've said to the states we've got money for us, wee design it if we would like, but otherwise we'll have to do it for you. >> governor, it's really clear that those governors who have opted to do this, they're happy. california, new york, connecticut, maryland, district of columbia, they're very happy with it. >> kentucky. >> kentucky is doing a terrific job. they were succeeding in getting people covered. you know, the only reason there's opposition to it is because president obama supports it. >> that's not simply not true. >> this was a conservative idea, create a marketplace, allow the marketplace -- >> and force people into it. >> and mandate it. >>> we have to stop right now, grace-marie, the mandate came from the republicans in the '90s. you want it an insurance-based exchange. hell, i wanted a single
coverage, save money, or both. and check out the preventive benefits you get after the health care law. open enrollment ends december 7th. so now's the time. visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare >>> we're awaiting an fbi news conference. not only fbi but l.a.x., it is supposed to be right at the top of the hour. we also have all of our correspondents and analysts working the story from l.a. to d.c. >>> we're back for our special edition of "crossfire." at l.a.x., take a look at this. you're looking at live pictures of a lot of people stuck at the airport. right now, let's bring in our own bryant todd. the ripple effect across the country, pretty much of a mess. >> we to have some information that the ground stop at l.a.x. airport will be lifted in a matter of minutes. we're told 4:00 p.m. pacific, 7:00 p.m. eastern time. this is a map from flight explorer showing all the flights, thousands of flights in the air. it is updated every few seconds with all the flights in the air at a given time. what we're told by george from airfare watch dog.com, it tracks all the flight trends in t
. so it's not like you can pass another law saying we'll make it even more illegal to do that. for those who think well tsa agents maybe they should be armed. what do you think? >> i think it's a big mistake. you have literally hundreds and hundreds of and police officers roaming every major airport in america. and i don't think arming another 40 or 50 or 60,000 people -- not sure how many employees there are -- would have prevented this incident from happening. when the individual removed the firearm, began firing, the response mechanism kicked in. so i personally think that's a very bad idea. this is awn speakable tragedy, anderson. and i know we're going to be questioning the motives of this particular individual. but the end of the day, anderson, if you and i did this show a week from now, there would probably be 3 or 400 other people dying because of firearms homicides. and we're not quite sure what their motives are going to be. but this once again speaks to an eruption of interest because of this horrible incident in a public place and a federal employee that between no
, you and i by law have to balance budgets. we did obama care -- tried to shut down the government. they were so -- tactically they don't want to -- they wanted -- well substantively i agree. i agree with you. it was not the right place to fight. not the least of which, by the way was -- it took all this press off the front pages for two weeks, four weeks instead -- forget about this bad press. in all seriousness, in the group market, with large employers, some of whom already indicated see ya, bye, drop, pay the fine, see ya in the exchanges. these are employees who -- we're going to see that, quote, time and time again. there's going to be various phases of this kick in, and i don't know whether -- i don't think the numbers are -- i don't think the actual numbers were particularly with regard which is more medicaid than anything else. >> listen, you are correct that there are dangers and perils when we try to make this kind of change. the problem i think we have on our side is the last system that we had was horrible. we didn't see rpgs jumping up and down every time somebody got
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